Implantable hearing devices and our support services are usually provided with no out-of-pocket costs.
We use government funding, Medicare, the public health system, private health insurance (where available) and funds raised by our generous donors and corporate supporters to ensure we can reach the adults, children and families who need our support.
Our services are available to both public and private health patients. Currently, public funding is available for children requiring cochlear implants in one (unilateral) or both ears (bilateral). For adults, public funding covers unilateral implants only. There may be private funding options available to you, and your NextSense team will help you explore your options.
We're also a registered NDIS provider, and eligible families may also be able to use funding through this scheme.